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Dec 30, 2012 9:00am EST
. we really don't have that much leverage there because those rates go up by operation of law december 31st. i would focus on areas we have more leverage on. why would the president agree to raise that by -- >> i don't think you have so many republicans. that was one statement and the context was what is realistic as a deal given the president's adamant position he wouldn't compromise on anything above 200,0 $200,0 $200,000. let's get back to the theory. chuck had it right the first time. the more you sweep up the worst it will be for economy and small business and for workers. let me point out two interesting statistics. over half of the dividends paid by corporations go to people 65 years of age and older. in fact, a majority of adult americans own stock or -- let me just make this point so when the dividend rate goes up to 68.6% which is the combined corporate and dividend rate, "a," corporations aren't going to pay dividends, "b," if you are one of those seen are yos who get it you'll be taxed 68% and secondly the death tax. 55% rate -- >> let's go to the death tax. six of the weal
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